Thinking about making a Tenn/Ky/WV canoe trip this Spring and have much information on almost all the eastern states rivers (my paddlers library is extensive) EXCEPT Tennessee. Can't seem to find a recent good guidebook describing its rivers. ANYBODY?
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Posted by: radiomix on Jan-23-13 6:32 PM (EST)
It's actually called, 'Tennessee Rivers: A Paddler's Guidebook'
A Canoeing and Kayaking Guide to the|
Posted by: pblanc on Jan-23-13 6:46 PM (EST)
Streams of Tennessee
I don't think that is in press anymore. |
Posted by: g2d on Jan-23-13 8:34 PM (EST)
I have one of the volumes, and have been trying to find the other.
the book i posted|
Posted by: radiomix on Jan-23-13 9:45 PM (EST)
Is the replacement to those books. At least that's what is says on the page with publishing info.
Yes, I wanna read 'bout this |
Posted by: wh2ofox on Jan-24-13 9:44 PM (EST)
G2D, plz send me more on this story. I paddle the Holston and I lived in Clarksville as a kid. SSssoooooo I'm "kinda" connected THANKS
Inside is a link to a "blog" |
Posted by: g2d on Jan-24-13 9:55 PM (EST)
free download of TN.|
Posted by: wh2ofox on Jan-23-13 7:38 PM (EST)
go to waldensridgewhitewater it is a great site with a guide book writen in 2011 and I'TS FREE
If you are interested in whitewater|
Posted by: pblanc on Jan-24-13 12:19 PM (EST)
Menasha Press had a policy |
Posted by: g2d on Jan-24-13 6:43 PM (EST)
of splitting a state guidebook into two, and doing it in a way that a buyer would be almost forced to buy both volumes.
Posted by: glendorado on Jan-25-13 9:14 AM (EST)
a guide book, but a good resource for TN rivers.